Day 1 Beijing
Today, pick up from the hotel, then visit Fahai Temple and Shougang Park.
Fahai Temple (Ming Dynasty Mural, Moshikou Street, Gudaosicun)
Fahai Temple is home to the most well-preserved, the largest murals of Ming Dynasty. The murals are on par with Dunhuang grotto murals, offering you a good choice to feel the history, art and natural scenery.
Shougang Park (Big Air Shougang, No.3 Blast Furnace, Sky Walk)
Shougang Park used to be the cradle and powerhouse of Beijing steel industry. Today, sci-fi elements, trendy sports, unmanned technology, and the footprints of the Winter Olympic Games can all be found in the renovated site. Renamed Shougang Industrial Park, it is taking on a new look and has become one of the must-see places in Beijing.
Enjoy the 3.2-kilometer-long Shougang Skywalk, which is the world's longest skywalk, more than three times longer than the High Line in New York City.
The Big Air jump platform, resembling a high-heeled shoe, is also a landscape sculpture. It is the world's first Big Air jump platform for permanent use. You will get a bird’s eye view from the top of the “Big Air”. Past the Big Air jump platform is the iconic No. 3 Blast Furnace and the Starbucks coffee shop converted from a power station is also a must-see place.
-- Private tour guide
-- Private air-conditioned car
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Chinese lunch as listed
-- Service charge & government taxes
-- International flights with taxes
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- China Visa
-- Travel insurance